Étiqueté : XVe siècle

Appel à publication : « Becoming a Witch. Women and Magic in Medieval Europe (ca. 500-1400) », date limite le 31 mars 2021

Becoming a Witch. Women and Magic in Medieval Europe (ca. 500-1400) Edited by Andrea Maraschi (University of Bari) In the fifteenth century, through the treatises by Jean Gerson, Johannes Nider, Alphonso de Spina, Heinrich Kramer and others, a new conceptualization of women’s involvement in magic took shape, which led to crafting an idea of the “witch”. The aim of this volume is to publish original research exploring the slow and complex path leading to such...

Journée d’étude : « Reviving the Trinity. New Perspectives on 15th-Century Scottish Culture », en ligne, 27 mars 2021

This collaborative, interdisciplinary project looks again at the Trinity Altarpiece by Hugo van der Goes, Trinity Collegiate Church, and Trinity Hospital as emblems of Scotland’s inventive and ambitious cultural milieu, and its active, outward looking engagement with Europe and beyond. The network will re-examine the Trinity, and establish its cultural relevance today. Taking innovative approaches to materialities, geographies, and the wider artistic, intellectual, and cultural networks that connect them during the reigns of James II,...

Parution : Emmanuelle Mercier, et al., « Flesh, Gold and Wood. The Saint-Denis altarpiece in Liège and the question of partial paint practices in the 16th Century », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

The impressive altarpiece in the church of Saint-Denis in Liège is one of the most prestigious but also one of the most enigmatic witnesses to the rich Brabantine altarpiece production at the end of the Middle Ages. The interdisciplinary study carried out during its restoration at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) in Brussels between 2012 and 2014 allowed to resolve some of the questions involved and to propose new refreshing hypotheses. The attribution...

Appel à contribution : « Reviving the Trinity. New Perspectives on 15th-Century Scottish Culture », en ligne, 27 mars 2021, date limite le 1er février 2021

This collaborative, interdisciplinary project looks again at the Trinity Altarpiece by Hugo van der Goes, Trinity Collegiate Church, and Trinity Hospital as emblems of Scotland’s inventive and ambitious cultural milieu, and its active, outward looking engagement with Europe and beyond. The network will re-examine the Trinity, and establish its cultural relevance today. Taking innovative approaches to materialities, geographies, and the wider artistic, intellectual, and cultural networks that connect them during the reigns of James II,...

Appel à contribution : « Le frère du roi en Europe (XVe-XVIIe siècle) », Caen, Université de Caen Normandie, 24-25 juin 2021, date limite le 20 janvier 2021

Incarnation de la continuité dynastique, mais également porteur éventuel d’ambitions illégitimes, le puîné royal représente à la fois une sécurité et un danger pour l’État monarchique. L’objectif de ce colloque est de réfléchir aux enjeux politiques que recouvre cette catégorie de personnes royales au statut institutionnel imprécis et jusqu’à présent peu considérée par la recherche. Colloque organisé par Marion Duchesne (ERLIS EA 4254) les 24 et 25 juin 2021 à l’Université de Caen Normandie Argumentaire...

Appel à contribution : « Transmission des savoirs sur les poissons et les animaux aquatiques, textes et images », Caen, Université de Caen, date limite le 4 janvier 2021

Le colloque international Transmission des savoirs sur les poissons et les animaux aquatiques, textes et images (Antiquité, Moyen Âge, XVIe siècle) constituera l’événement de clôture du GDRI Zoomathia, qui s’achève fin 2021. Ce colloque souhaite mettre l’accent, sans se limiter à l’ichtyofaune, sur l’apport scientifique des sources anciennes sur l’aquafaune au sens large et la connaissance biologique et écologique des espèces qui la compose ; la transmission et l’évolution diachronique des données savantes sur cette faune...

Parution : Allie Terry-Fritsch, Somaesthetic Experience and the Viewer in Medicean Florence, Amsterdam University Press, 2020

Somaesthetic Experience and the Viewer in Medicean Florence. Renaissance Art and Political Persuasion, 1459-1580 Viewers in the Middle Ages and Renaissance were encouraged to forge connections between their physical and affective states when they experienced works of art. They believed that their bodies served a critical function in coming to know and make sense of the world around them, and intimately engaged themselves with works of art and architecture on a daily basis. This book examines...

Conférence : Jonathan K. Nelson, « Ethiopian Christians in Florence: Filippino Lippi’s Adoration of the Magi and ‘Miracle of St Philip’ », en ligne, 12 novembre 2020

Thursday 12 November 2020 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm ONLINE EVENT   This is a live online event. Please register for more details. The platform and log in details will be sent to attendees at least 48 hours before the event. Please note that registration closes 30 minutes before the event start time. If you have not received the log in details or have any further queries, please contact researchforum@courtauld.ac.uk. Fifteen-century Florentine paintings regularly include black...

Parution : T. Shephard, S. Raninen, et all., « Music in the Art of Renaissance Italy, 1420–1540 », Brepols, 2020

Présentation de l’éditeur :  The first detailed survey of the representation of music in the art of Renaissance Italy, opening up new vistas within the social and culture history of Italian music and art in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Visual representations of music were ubiquitous in Renaissance Italy. Church interiors were enlivened by altarpieces representing biblical and heavenly musicians, placed in conjunction with the ritual song of the liturgy. The interior spaces of...

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